The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) team in Guinea is working with the communities hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak to rebuild both trust in the health system and the quality of care received. HC3’s approach incorporates evidence-based Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC), capacity-building and quality-improvement interventions. In collaboration with Jhpiego and the Ministry […]
About Hannah Mills | Program Officer | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Hannah Mills is a Program Officer supporting quality improvement and reproductive, maternal and child health programs in Francophone Africa. Her interests also include how to better integrate information and communication technology into social and behavior change communication programming. Prior to joining the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Hannah served as a preventive health volunteer with the Peace Corps in Senegal. She holds an MPH in Global Health from Boston University.
Entries by Hannah Mills | Program Officer | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Even before the Ebola outbreak, Guinea had some of the worst maternal and child health indicators in the world. Trust and confidence in health services were already low, and the rapid spread of the epidemic further fueled the fear and distrust of these services. After the release of the last Ebola patient in mid-November, Guineans […]
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